Bluebell Woods Buckinghamshire To Explore

Bluebell Woods Buckinghamshire – Looking for some stunning bluebell woods in Buckinghamshire, then check out our suggestions, there are some great bluebell walks Buckinghamshire to explore.

If you do find some amazing Buckinghamshire Bluebell Woods, remember to tread carefully and stick to the paths, so that the many Bluebell Wood Buckinghamshire continue to thrive and not be destroyed.

It is a criminal offence to dig up Bluebell flowers, so remember to leave the Bluebell walk Buckinghamshire alone for everyone to enjoy.

Bluebell Woods Buckinghamshire To Explore

Adams Wood

Location: Adam’s Wood, Henley-on-Thames

Adams wood, is an ancient and semi natural woodland site, situated at Frieth, Buckinghamshire. It extends to 12.1 hectares in size and has a south-easterly aspect. It lies on the edge of a dry valley, with good views over the Chilterns. It adjoins other Ancient and semi natural woodland. It has pasture to the south and north with the field to the north completely surrounded by woodland. It is owned by the Woodland Trust. An Ancient woodland with beautiful displays of bluebells between late April and mid May

Angling Spring Woods

Location: Great Missenden HP16 0PX

This wood is great for bluebells in spring and has various trails through it. Roald Dahl, the famous children’s author, used to walk in Angling Spring Wood. From his home, Gipsy House, he would walk past the Witches’ Tree which is said to have inspired the story Fantastic Mr Fox. Unfortunately, the tree blew down in a storm in 2003 but it continues to lie where it fell, half way up the hill. It was probably Angling Spring Woods which also inspired the woods featured in Danny the Champion of the World. You can also take part in a talking tree trail, great for families, it takes about 2 hours to complete

Bottom Wood

Location: Old Dashwood Hill Near Stokenchurch

A varied nature reserve near Stokenchurch, this ancient semi-natural woodland is owned by the Chiltern Society. Since receiving the wood in 1984 it has been managed as a nature reserve and demonstration wood. It has bluebells and various other woodland flowers and you may get a glimpse of a red kite.

The woodland’s extensive history means a number of archaeological features can be observed, including numerous sawpits and a giant holloway which was used to access an old well during droughts in the 1920s.

Bradenham Beech Woods Walking Trail

Location: Start at the National Trust car park in Bradenham village near the cricket pavilion, Grid. Ref. SU827969

This is a 4.9 miles (7.9 kilometres) walk taking you from the pretty Chiltern village of Bradenham into the Bradenham Estate, which consists of woodland and farmland. The landscape is a classical Chiltern blend of hills topped with beech woodlands, and gently rolling valleys with a mixture of grazed and ploughed fields divided by hedgerows. The walk offers a verity of glimpses into the deep and varied history of this part of the Chilterns, ranging from ancient earthworks to war-time bunkers and ballrooms.

Cliveden Woods

Location: Cliveden Road, Taplow, Maidenhead, Buckinghamshire, SL1 8NS

The Cliveden woods provide a beautiful backdrop to the stunning bluebell display. Park up in the Woodland Car Park and follow the path through the woods, up to the house. It’s about a mile if you walk the full way back to the house. Once you’re there you can enjoy the great family facilities including a maze, children’s play area, pond with bridges and stepping stones and cafes. This is also where you’ll find the bathrooms and changing facilities.

Dancersend with Pavis Woods

Location: 5 miles south-east of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP23 6LB

In spring, there are carpets of bluebells in the woodlands. At the clearings and woodland edges, primroses and cowslips flourish. You can also find wood vetch here, the only place in Buckinghamshire where it grows. In spring and summer, these sheltered sites encourage a range of butterflies such as dingy and grizzled skippers, chalkhill blue, silver-washed fritillary, marbled white and meadow brown.

Finemere Wood

Location: Finemere Wood, Quainton, Aylesbury

8 miles north west of Aylesbury lies Finemere Woods. Home to birds, bats and butterflies this is a great place to head out for a family walk, especially in late April to early May when the woodland becomes carpeted with beautiful bluebells.

Hervines Park

Location: Hervines Road, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP6 5HU

Hervines Park is located at the bottom of Hervines Road in Amersham on the Hill. The Park has a large recreation ground which can accommodate various sports, as well as a stunning bluebell woods.

Hollington Wood

Location: Hollington Wood is on the private road to Wood Farm/Ekeney House – off the A509 just after the Filgrave/Tyringham turning if you are coming from Emberton. The postcode is MK46 5JH.

This ancient woodland is 8 miles north of Milton Keynes. It’s privately owned so you need to stay on the paths and you’ll need to pre-book parking on site. The owners hold an annual bluebell open day on the May Bank Holiday, check out the website for news on events.


Location: High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP14 4LA

Bluebells line the drive and nestle amongst the woodland and parkland at Hughenden Manor, the wooded slopes offer the perfect setting for these spring flowers. In line with government guidance, only outdoor spaces at Hughenden are open for local visitors to access for walks. Places are limited for safety so you will need to book your visit in advance.

Ipsden Heath

Location: Ipsden Heath, Wallingford OX10 6QR

Many people visit Ipsden Heath during the spring to take photographs of the colourful flora. These include an abundance of beautiful bluebells displays between late April and mid May

Little Linford Woods

Location: Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK16 8LU

Located 4.5 miles north of Milton Keynes, you’ll discover Little Linford Wood. Part of the Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust, it’s a haven for wildlife and little ones will love spotting all the birds, insects and maybe even a Dormouse. In Spring this is a great place to come and check out the beautiful bluebells in the woodland.

Low Scrubs Walking Trail

Location: Coombe Hill, near Butlers Cross, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

The walk is way-marked with orange arrows mounted on wooden posts at all major changes in direction. the walk is classed as Easy and will take approx 45 minutes, and you can go on your own bluebell hunt, let us know what you find!

Penn Wood

Location: Penn Street, Amersham

Penn Wood lies in the heart of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). It has a long history and was once part of a very large common called Wycombe Heath. A herd of cows is still used to manage part of the site today as wood pasture, and this continues the traditional management carried out in the past.

The wood contains impressive bluebell sections in the spring and red kites and buzzards are commonly seen overhead. Look out for dragonflies near the ponds and butterflies in the patchwork of habitats at Penn.

Philipshill Wood

Location: Philipshill Wood, Chiltern, HP8 4SG

Philipshill is an ancient woodland, with a great diversity of species. These include white helleborine and birds-nest orchids as well as tawny owls. The tree species today are mostly beech, oak and various conifer species. There is a beautiful display of bluebells from late April to mid May.

Rushbed Woods

Location: Buckinghamshire HP18 0RU

9 miles south east of Bicester in Buckinghamshire is Rushbeds Wood. In Spring you’ll find a lovely display of bluebells, great for a weekend stroll with the kids. As well as a wealth of wildflowers, Rushbeds is also home to a fantastic selection of butterflies.


Location: Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, MK18 5EQ

With 250 acres to explore and the chance to get some fresh air, Stowe is the perfect place to enjoy spring as it emerges around you. Stowe is open everyday this spring, and the gardens close at 5pm.

Wendover Woods

Location: Upper Icknield Way, Aston Clinton, Aylesbury, HP22 5NQ

Wendover Woods is a great place to take the children in Spring to see the bluebells. It’s very family friendly with lovely woodland trails, a café, adventure playground and fitness trail. In April / May the bluebells come out in force and provide a stunning backdrop to your family stroll.  Young and old can enjoy the new all ability play trail, which runs in an approximately 1 mile loop from the Visitor Hub and includes play features along the way.

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